Sources of Light

Published in July 2011 as part of Weigl Publishers Light Science series. 

Light in all its forms is all around us and plays a major part in our daily lives. The many forms of light created by humans include candles, televisions, computers, lasers, fireworks, flares, chemicals, bombs and explosive devices, light bulbs in a wide variety of forms and many more. Natural sources of light include the sun, atmospheric phenomena such as auroras and lightning, volcanic activity and glowing rocks, starlight, moonlight, celestial objects such as meteor showers and comets, natural chemical reactions such as fluorescence, phosphorescence and chemiluminescence, certain types of radiation, as well as fire and the numerous sources of light it can create. This book examines the world’s many natural sources and forms of light.

Published by Weigl Publishers

Release Date: July, 2011

ISBN 10: 1616908408 ISBN 13: 978-1616908409

Ages 8-12     Grades 4-6



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